I don’t usually put up failure stories on my blog, but hey, if I want to keep up my three post a week habit, then the ideas are going to have to come from somewhere. One reason for that is I quickly forget about things that don’t go my way. It’s probably why I progressed … Continue reading One Of My Few Failure Stories
I’ve noticed a weird fashion trend recently: girls dressing up in 70s hippy fashion, with woolen crop tops and flared jeans. Typically any print contains flowers. She might wear John Lennon’s sunglasses as well. Her make up probably includes a lot of work on the eyes and will use bright colours such as green and … Continue reading The Hippy Girls Who Just Aren’t Amenable to Daygame
It seems like we’re all in a slump right now and the weather isn’t helping. This weekend is looking like an absolute washout, as well, and earlier on I saw rivers of water running down the street. It’s all been compounded by a distinct sense that things haven’t been going my way recently. First I … Continue reading So, What’s Going on in London Then?
I’m late to the party here but… there are a lot of Daygamers on Oxford Street these days! I don’t know if there really are more than ever before, or if it’s just because the amount of people on the street itself hasn’t gone back to the full amount meaning the proportion is higher, but … Continue reading Oxford Street… Burned?!
Back in 2019 I wrote this post on Momentum and today I want to revisit the topic. Most of what’s here was part of a discussion I had with another Daygamer last week and it’s the conclusion of a long train of thought I’ve had recently. Situation You’ve got an SMV which can be improved … Continue reading Momentum Revisited
Recently Mr White roped me into going to Westfield shopping centre at Shepherd’s Bush on a rainy day. I thought it would be a great idea for a post: is it really worth leaving central London to travel to zone 2? Will you miss walking up and down exactly the same streets that you have … Continue reading Westfield (Shepherd’s Bush) Daygame Review
I had a Skype call on Sunday where part of the conversation went like this: What do I do if the girl is shy and won’t ask me questions? If she doesn’t ask me any questions and doesn’t know anything about me then surely she is more likely to flake? Am I running enough comfort? … Continue reading Comfort is a Feeling (The Myth of Grounding)
As I’ve gotten back into Daygame from being ill a couple of weird things have happened to me recently. I was out Daygaming and opened an American Asian girl around Piccadilly Circus. The set was a little bit more interesting than run-of-the-mill, at least in the sense that she yammered on for ages and I … Continue reading Counting My Chickens / Retarded American Girls
I’d like to cap off this week of work-related posts with a quick update. I ended up talking to my manager about my plans: I didn’t say exactly what I was going to do, just that I was going to be leaving within the next 8 months “to start my own business.” I’m lucky in … Continue reading Work Update, and The Importance of Being Able to Walk Away
I recently finished reading this short book and thought I’d talk about it today as it can be linked to Monday’s post about work. The unintended side effect of me telling girls that my job is “personal coaching” is that it has put my current work into stark contrast. I can speak with such conviction … Continue reading Man’s Search for Meaning, Viktor Frankl (Review/Summary)